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New Arboretum map shows 15k plants

January 20, 2012
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A new online map of Harvard’s Arnold Arboretum can pinpoint each of 15,000 plants, including planting date and cultivar name, on the 265-acre property. “The Arboretum has been disseminating information about its plants for over a century, and Collection Researcher is the latest,” Curator of Living Collections Michael Dosmann told the Gazette. The new...

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Arboretum wall collapses

June 24, 2011
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ARBORWAY—A 120-year-old stone wall bordering Arnold Arboretum collapsed at several points during heavy rains last month, spilling chunks of rock near a public path. Experts have warned for years about potential collapse of the historic retaining wall, which essentially holds the Arborway in place along the Arboretum’s eastern border, but the City of Boston...

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Anti-beetle pesticide use starts June 6

May 27, 2011
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Rebeca Oliveira

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Anti-beetle pesticide accepted, questioned

May 13, 2011
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Anti-beetle pesticide accepted, questioned

Rebeca Oliveira

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